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  • Free firebricks....

    I've got about 12 left over, standard 75mm I think although 1 may be 65mm.

    I'm in Mansfield and work in Northampton, so I can drop them to you if its on the way, or you can pick them up !

    No point in posting them - 48kg is about 40 to post, and they aint worth that !!



  • #2
    Re: Free firebricks....

    Yeah, but I'll bet they are fine English bricks!
    Sharing life's positives and loving the slow food lane


    • #3
      Re: Free firebricks....

      Hi Peter,

      I have just started with the foundation of my oven. We are living down in Bournemouth so it is a bit too far to drive up to Nottingham. But maybe you could let me know where you bought the firebricks in the first place? I have contacted handsworth-refractories, they quoted 2.00 per brick and 1.00 per kilo fire cement. Did you get them from somewhere cheaper?

      Thanks for your help.




      • #4
        Re: Free firebricks....

        ordered my fire brick from middland refractories today. They charge 1.05 per brick. They also have fireclay and insulation blankets.

        hope to get some good weather soon.